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Archive for October 3rd, 2013

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Tripoli – Media and Press office at Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation On Wednesday, 02 October, 2013 the Russian embassy was attacked by unknown assailants, causing no injuries with the exception of some minor damage to the building. The head of the Libyan interim government and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation visited the embassy’s premises  [ Read More ]

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By Lin Noueihed LONDON | Wed Oct 2, 2013 Libya’s oil exports could return to full capacity in days once strikes in the restive east end, its oil minister said on Wednesday But demands for more local power from some protesters are tied to the political transition and may take time to resolve, Abdelbari Arusi added. To keep international oil  [ Read More ]

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Wed, Oct 2 2013 By Ghaith Shennib and Thomas Grove Russia’s embassy in the Libyan capital of Tripoli came under fire on Wednesday and a group of people tried to force their way into the compound, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. Diplomatic sources in Libya said security guards fired shots to disperse a group of about 60 people that had  [ Read More ]

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02/10/2013 The Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has announced that Canada is amending its Regulations Implementing the United Nations Resolutions on Libya in accordance with United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 2095. Under the amended regulations, suppliers of non-lethal military equipment will no longer be required to obtain prior approval from or provide notice to the UNSC for certain  [ Read More ]

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By Houda Mzioudet Tripoli 2 October 2013 ​​A record 70,000 different books are on show at the International Tripoli Book Fair, which has drawn 400 publishers from 15 Arab and Western countries. The fair, the eleventh to be held and the first since the Revolution, opened yesterday at the International Fairground in Tripoli with a ceremony attended by Prime Minister  [ Read More ]